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RSVPing "No"

From: John
Sent on: Friday, November 19, 2010 12:10 PM
This message is going out to all members of the Brookhurst Gamers Meetup.

If you're not a regular attendee for a particular event, please refrain from RSVPing "No" or posting comments on an event page (excluding requests for more information).

To put it plainly, saying "No" to an event which no one had a reason to expect you to attend in the first place is the Meetup equivalent of giving the finger; at best, it's just spamming, and it could be considered trolling.

I'm going to begin enforcing a "stay out of other people's business" policy that basically means don't comment or RSVP if you weren't there/haven't been there/don't plan to be there/don't have anything nice to say. If you do any of the above, don't be surprised to find your comments/RSVPs moderated, and if a problem develops, I'm prepared to use stronger measures. You don't want that - I don't want that. So keep it clean, okay?

If you have any questions, please respond under the appropriate forum topic. Thanks for your understanding.

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